Mermaid, Inc. unveiled the world’s largest pot brownie on Tuesday to celebrate National Brownie Day (December 8) and the launch of the company’s new brand, Bubby Baked.
MariMed is a “premier seed-to-consumer vertically integrated multi-state operator” and advises individuals who plan to produce cannabis on the design, development, operation and financing. Company Website.
The company made a giant version of one of its tiny pot brownies and used all of the typical ingredients like flour, butter, eggs, sugar, along with 20,000 milligrams. According to THC, a Company news release.
According to MariMed, “the confection is 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall and 15 inches tall, weighing 850 pounds.”
“Bubby’s fills a huge hole in the baked edibles market that cannabis consumers want — high-quality, flavorful baked goods that stay moist and chewy,” said Ryan Crandall, MariMed’s Chief Product Officer and SVP/Sales. “For many of us, the homemade brownie was our first taste of cannabis-infused foods.”
Pictured is MariMed’s giant pot brownie unveiled on December 7.
“Bubby’s recreates and elevates that nostalgic feel, incorporating full-spectrum, craft-quality hemp into timeless recipes, for a reliable high reminiscent of simple times. Strategically, Bubby’s Mermaid It is part of our efforts to meet different consumer needs on different occasions,” the news release continued.
According to MariMed, Bubby’s mass-produced pot brownies will only be available at Delaware and Maryland dispensaries starting in 2022.
in both Maryland And DelawareThe medical use of marijuana is permitted, and possessing less than an ounce of weed will attract fines but not prison. According to Norml.org, the recreational use of weed is still illegal in both states.
Marijuana has been widely accepted across the United States, with a Gallup poll last year of 68% of Americans supporting legalization. South Dakota was one of four states to approve recreational marijuana that month, along with New Jersey, Arizona and Montana. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia have done the same.
Advocates’ next goal is to remove marijuana from a federal list of illegal drugs that have no approved medical use and a high potential for abuse. The listing prohibits laboratories from researching potential medical treatments using marijuana.
Earlier this year, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer endorsed a bill that would end a longstanding federal ban on marijuana, embracing a proposal that has little chance of becoming law, yet would allow the drug to be legal. Demonstrates increasing public support for reducing
Proposals to legalize marijuana are nothing new. But Schumer is a sponsor of the effort, unveiled in July, underlining how the one-time idea is increasingly mainstream. The measure would destroy a central pillar of the decades-long war on drugs that has disproportionately affected communities of color in America.
Schumer of New York, who is the first Senate leader to support such an effort, said, “I will use my clout as majority leader to make it a priority in the Senate.” “It’s not just an idea whose time has come, it’s long overdue.”